Dec 092017
 
Sheridan's Visual Basic 3-d Widget Demo. Contains some really slick utilities and the normal demo propaganda. Utilities included Icon viewer that auto. scan/views icons, Excellent INI manager viewer, and Task launcher/swit
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Sheridan’s Visual Basic 3-d Widget Demo. Contains some really slick utilities and the normal demo propaganda. Utilities included Icon viewer that auto. scan/views icons, Excellent INI manager viewer, and Task launcher/swit
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
ICONSCAN.EXE 20888 6538 deflated
INIEDIT.EXE 90253 30711 deflated
MENULBOX.EXE 51253 14801 deflated
PTASK.EXE 125046 43266 deflated
README.TXT 1722 767 deflated
SS3D.VBX 48784 17099 deflated
SS3D2.VBX 88096 36315 deflated
SS3D3.VBX 36112 15472 deflated
SS3DSMPL.EXE 40388 10429 deflated
TPCREAD.ME 199 165 deflated
VBRUNZIP.EXE 181973 181896 deflated

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Contents of the README.TXT file


Sheridan Software Systems, Inc.
65 Maxess Road
Melville, NY 11747
Voice (516) 753-0985 CSID 70703,1546
BBS (516) 753-5452
FAX (516) 753-3661


3D Widgets Demo Diskette - Contents


SS3D.VBX- runtime only version of the 3D Widgets/1 Custom
control file.
SS3D2.VBX- runtime only version of the 3D Widgets/2 Custom
control file.
SS3D3.VBX- runtime only version of the 3D Widgets/3 Custom
control file.

PTASK.EXE- Sample VB application built using all 3 Widget sets.
It is a Windows task manager and file launcher.

INIEDIT.EXE- Sample VB application built using 3D Widgets/1 & 2.
It is a fully functional Windows INI file editor.

ICONSCAN.EXE- Sample VB application built with 3D Widgets/1.

SS3DSMPL.EXE- Sample VB application built with 3D Widgets/1 to
demonstrate the properties and capabilities of each
of the 6 controls contained in 3D Widgets/1.

MENULBOX.EXE- Demo application which shows the capabilites of
3D Listboxes and 3D Enhanced Menus in 3D Widgets/2
and 3D Widgets/3.

VBRUNZIP.EXE- This is a self extracting ZIP file that contains the
VBRUN100.DLL (Visual Basic runtime). You will need
this file only if you don't already have Visual Basic
installed on your system. Simply copy the file to
a directory in your path or the Windows directory
and execute it. After the VBRUN100.DLL file has been
unzipped you can deleted VBRUNZIP.EXE.

Copy the contents of this diskette into a single directory on your hard
drive and run the .EXE files. If you don't have Visual Basic installed
you need to unzip the VBRUN100.DLL file before executing these apps
(see VBRUNZIP.EXE note above).


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